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10 students from grade XII visited GUVI, an IIT Madras incubated company to understand the process of content development. As part of their global citizenship project, these students have chosen to create engaging and accessible subject related content in vernacular languages for underprivileged children in corporation schools.

Students making a presentation of the educational videos they made in vernacular languages. Topics ranged from atomic structure in Chemistry to concepts of Economics.

Traffic Congestion – A Daily Issue 

The students of Grade IX Kurinji are working on the intricacies of traffic management, with a special focus on roads leading to the school.

Local traffic policemen have guided the students on traffic management, signals etc. A hands-on session was conducted in the auditorium. Data was collected and a survey of modes of transportation has been done. It’s time now for action…

A hands-on session with the local Traffic Police

Getting into the nitty gritty of traffic signals..

Stop, Go… and much much more.

Getting a taste of regulating traffic along with the neighbourhood traffic police

The road safety volunteers are on the job!

An attempt to make a difference to the traffic problems around them.

Yours Imperfectionally: Everyone is Beautiful 

Bullying and Body Shaming are unfortunate realities and the students of grade XI have decided to address this issue by creating awareness and sensitizing students and the community on the need for respect and tolerance. The various groups in the class are working on communication strategies like Public Service Announcements (PSA), Posters, a Street Play, Movies and Blogs.

Drawing, sketching, designing… let’s spread awareness on body shaming.

A picture conveys a thousand words… the grade XI posters

The message to love yourself, the way you are…  self respect is where it all starts.

Bringing the campaign together… sessions with Ms.Fathima, creative director of Potatopotao.

A rap song on Body Shaming in the Primary assembly. the younger ones are all ears.

#I’mperfect – the tagline packs quite a punch.. getting the message across to students of all ages

A little note from a grade II student says it all… we understand what you are trying to tell us!

A street play during the senior assembly…  stand up against body shaming and misguided standards of beauty and perfection. Beauty is not skin deep..

Health, Fitness and Hygiene

Students of grade VIII Neelam are working on analysing health and fitness in the school and community and contributing to health and wellness at all levels. Their plan of action includes learning traditional fitness art from experts and healthy recipes from chefs. All the learning will culminate in a year end calendar incorporating the ideas.

Self evaluation of fitness is the first step.. students of VIII Neelam

Putting ourselves to the test… how fit are we?

Ms.Preethi does a session with the students on fitness through dance and zumba..

The work begins on the health and fitness calendar.. getting ready a health slogan for every day of the year

Mr.Bala guides the students on the technicalities of designing and printing a calendar

Ms.Prabha, nutritionist talks to the students of grade XII on health and nutrition

Dental hygiene – an entertaining and informative street play by grade XII during the primary assembly

A sensitive issue handled with power and aplomb – a street play on menstrual hygiene by the grade XII students.

Let’s spread the message of hygiene – at the nearby Sigappi school

Students of grade XII are going to present a Street Play and a Flash Mob to promote Health and Hygiene in the campus and neighbourhood.  A medical camp for the Akkas and Annas of the school will also be organized.

 

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